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The informal finance for urban housing status and prospects / prepared for the National Housing Bank.

Contributor(s): National Institute of Urban Affairs (New Delhi, India).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Research study series ; no. 47. Publisher: New Delhi : National Institute of Urban Affairs, 1992Description: xix, 183 p. ; 28 cm.ISBN: (pbk.) .Other title: Informal finance for urban housing status and prospects [Other title].Subject(s): Housing -- India | Housing -- Finance -- IndiaDDC classification: 363.58254 INF Summary: This study is based on a survey of 2000 households which have put up their shelter during 1985-1990. Four cities, Burdwan, Cochin, Ghaziabad and Rajkot are covered by the study. It brings together the information collected on different types of sources of housing finance, presents facts on the terms and conditions at which borrowers seek funds from various sources and outlines the constraints faced by different types of borrowers in the housing finance market. It examines the existing policies with special reference to the schemes floated by the National Housing Bank and suggests remedial measures.
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This study is based on a survey of 2000 households which have put up their shelter during 1985-1990. Four cities, Burdwan, Cochin, Ghaziabad and Rajkot are covered by the study. It brings together the information collected on different types of sources of housing finance, presents facts on the terms and conditions at which borrowers seek funds from various sources and outlines the constraints faced by different types of borrowers in the housing finance market. It examines the existing policies with special reference to the schemes floated by the National Housing Bank and suggests remedial measures.

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